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■ B uis’’ »t tm ‘‘Bpcxlllalll«', TwrmT*.—In a letter to the "Chrittian AJ•oesls,” describing tbe Commence meat Exercises' of tbe Buckingham Female Institute, Be». W. W.’ Bxsxxtt, of this city, thus notices our friend . “Mozs." j "I now return to the exercise* of the Commencement. The second dsy’wss to be the “great day.” Everybody . tha’ could come’did come, to see sod bear the far-fauied “Max* Adduas,” who wa* to be the orator of the day. “Boxia” was promptly on the ground, accompanied by the veritable “Billy levins” as a body guard, (every sus ceptible yoeog men needs a body-guard on such an oc cc-iouj and every individual, from Jeff to the Presi dent, was on t.p-toe to hear the address. “ Wbat do you suppose will be his subject?” “0»u*t tell; nobody can tell what track k*U take.” Tbe rain drove us into tbe chapel. It was a perfect squeeze; hardly room for the school and patron* Tbe President urge* tbe gentlemeu to go out and make room for the ladies. Alt comply, •are some “bij bug-,” wbo hare purposely got among . the ladies, wbo look at tbe President imploringly, and seem to think, if they dou’t say, “how cau we get out?’ Tnere stands “a inltmiduaT' dressed in his best, with calico shist bosom and wrist-bands; he is bound to stay right there in front of the whole battery of eyes on the rostrum. Brave man! Had I the ski I of “Porte Cray ou,” thou sbo-ild’st be immortalised iu the pages of Har per. At last the long expected moment arrives. The orator is introduced by the President. He is a small nuu, hue form, dark skin, pleasing c uun’ctance, small but well de veloped head, with eyes expressive of true genius and p>e‘ie fire. H * begins by saying that the President had invited him to deliver the xdlress to the young ladi-s, and had given him entire freedom in the selection of his subject, intimating, however, that hU “Apology for gnuht” would be appropriate—(uproarious laughter—a ’ good hit) 'hat is to say “acteytakU." I shall uot, of course, attempt a sketch of this unique address. It was, indeed, an eloquent apology for those truly great men who have left tbe richest legacies to mankind, » in those great discoveries in which the boa-t ol Ar chimedes baa been fully realised—those men who hare feu 111 a place for their fulcrum*, and have moved the world and raised it higher. All, or nearly all, these benefactor* of our race have been placed bv the plod d.ng ranees among the “craws xfusti,” Oeeuuse.forsoota. they stood on the mountain-top of thought, and with a ♦IcareC stronger vision, read the sacred svtubols by which Nature's secret wonders are laid open to the gate of her wiser children. The whole address was excellent, abounding iu genu ine humor and sparkling with wi:. I>r. Hag by has a gun that ’.-hoots folly as it flies,” and never misses. The prrora'ion was extremely chaste and beautiful. An tx quistte piece of word painting, equal to any thing m the best authors we have read. By all mean*, reader, if you have a chance, go and hear the * Apology for Pool*. ’ Never mind about tbe ticket you will buy, which roads 1 am told,', /jo/« . .1J mit owe.” Be uot like unto tbe man. of whom this scribe hath beard, who gare the b -at proof that she cap fitted him, by thrown?)- buck the ticket to the door-keeper and running off, declaring that it was a personal reflection.— Kxxmft rsos Lxvr.—Tbe /ujutri, at the request ry some of its readers, publishes the ameuded act of the Legislature, at its last session, en urging and defining the property that may be held by a debtor, exempt from le gal process. We give the stawitc the additional publicity ot our own circulation ; On the fliHIt ot March la«t, the Legi-laturc amended ihe S4'b Sec ion of chapter ft* tf he lode, so as to enlarge tbe exemption from distress or levy the property of poor debtor* In c**’ of a husband or parent, who is a house keeper an l head of a family, there -hall be exempt Irvin da-tress or lew, tbe following articles, nr <o much or so many th-raof as the pirtv may have; Ihie cow, one bedstead, (wi h a bed and necessary bedding for the same) six chairs, on- tab’s, six knives, six forks, six plates, t*o dishes. t»w bit'i'is, one pot, one ov«n. six pice** ot wood or earthenware. Otic ice MM srd its appurtenana s, o: e apiouiU£ a he-1, one pair of cards, one axe, one hoe tire b’ds or corn, live bu.-h- is of wheat, cr one bbl of flour, two hundred pounds el bacon or pork, and five dollars iu v dm* ot forage or hay, and one cooking stove and uten s’Is for cooking then with; and in case ot a un-c'iai i.-, his tools and utensils of hi* trade, hoatver, not to t xceed fia value, a nxy mitkint, aud|rovid>d that no ml tv portrait or engraving suaii or sunj.ct 10 uutrese or levy. Th re shall be exempted from lew or distress upon con U* Is hereal’er wade, oue bed-trad, with a bed and ne cessary bedding ior »fce -ante, for every three memb* is of the famdy of the husband or parrot, titeu tioned iu the preceding see'ion, one horse or luuie, or toko of oxen, plow, and necessary gearing, except for taxes Provided, tint th** provision- of this act shall uol extend *o di*:re-a made for taxes and countv and parish levies Provided, that the Value of the bor*e, mule, or yoke of ox*u shall nor exceed $li»>: and provided, tfat the provision* if this act shall not take efT-et until the l*t of July, Ibtio. Cm k> tt Snaa.—The rout aval of the scaffolding abound the spire of the nee Methodist Church, corner of Broad and Tenth, reveals the lines and proportions of the struc ture i« ihe commendation or critici-ra of the public.— The general judgment, we b»lieve, is that of emphat'c approval. The design and elf art are s. r iking ly irn; o-i *g and pleasing. There Is but one spire iu the city t-ipt il to it in h* ighr, wc mean, of course, St. Paul’*, one of the most ra’nilc«s works of architectural art and taste in ti e 1' ited States. The new church is rapidly approaching completion. N* iUkx's iS-T ia*..—Our coufrereot the tlrmisn* was informed, a few days since, by th Iter. F. J. Boggs, who aup- rintends the erection of the above edifice, that our ct za.ua were not so zealous as they might be in cncour agii -g the above project. We regret this, and hope that those who initiated the scheme will see that it does not want the material aid so necessary in all human under taking- The building is now progressing at a fair ra e, and when completed will be not only an ornament to the locality in which it Is erected.but the means, let us hope, of great benefit to tho*e for whose use it is designed. Tin Chicago Zoravis.—This uLipuc body of soldiers, who*** appearance, training and performances have ex cited much attention and admiration in the large cities of the North, where they Lave been *<jouroing fora few week*, were in Washington yesterday, from which thev were cour eously invited by compauy A. (Captain KUi'ott, l of th*- Krst Regiment, to extend tiieir tour to this city. We regret that their engagements on the homeward route did not admit of their accepting the in vitation. Tin flaiar Eastkrs.—The facilities afforded by steam era and railroads to Tisit the Great Eastern, which was x* arrive off Old Point yester.lay. were taken advantage of yeaterday and the day before, and will be this moru iog, by a Urge number of our citizens. Among others, the k -in charge of this department of the li’Aiy want down, inspired probable by the expectation of en countering the bigg-at “rem” be hu tumbled on since his useful labors in that line began. We (ball bear wbat be has To aay on his return. MaTrihost is on the increase in our midst. During tke pan* month the number of licenses issued by the clerk at our Hustings Court was IT, and during the same su >uft fof UU. the lu mber “as but ** July, 1 siel.near Jv doubles that of iu predrt essor. U must be borne in «v.ud, too, that several couples Igoui our city, who have • committed matrimony" during the past mouth, were fo*ced to have the kuo: connubial tied beyond the limits of Virginia. I Tuz WzATiita has now assumed a very pleasaht tone, a little hot in* the sun about noon, but, morning, evening auu mi. — - tate ourselves that the worst ol the Summer is pest, and look with less longing to the greeu and shady dopes oi I the country, aud think with less tuvv ->( those dho re fresh themselves with mountain bresxea and sea-surt bath*. _____________ Sr. Part's CncRrn.—The esteemed R ctor of St Paul'# (Rev. Dr Miunegerode) having gme ou a tour to Southwestern Virgiuia, in which the pie satires and bene fits of reUia'ion are blended with the duties of a spec's! religious mivnon, services at St. Pant's will be suspended for (be next month or six weeks. The other Episcopal «burc;.csof the citv remain opru. Kxianw Txuplar.-Richmond Commander? of 1 Jnight* Templar had a beautiful dress parade by moon light Capitol Square Thursday night Thev were at Mtided by a full band of music, which, with the gallant Waring and well executed evolu ions of the corps, af forded a pleasant entertainment to a !a-ge crowd of la dies and gentlemen. Pocgrr Piraxn.—Mr. Mo«es R. Bowles, of the county of Hanover, while cl e'ring lustily at th* A'rican Church laat Wednesday night for the "Little Giant," had the mis fortune >o lose his pocket book, containing in notes, all on the Evchauge Bank. Be thinks some eArve/irr ifiadstfrir took advantage of his political excites rat to relieve his breeches pocket of its valuable content*. ■ ilitart Fori i or Vibgixia —According to a return (just triage out in the Adjutant General's office, the mili tary force of the State of Virginia consists o' .320 vol unteer companies, including 108 of light infantry. Isut of rifles, 83 of cavalry, and 24 of artillery. These are in addition to 123 organised regiments of militia. Aaornra Marion.— Some of ourcitixrn* witnessed the transit of another very brilliant meteor Thursday nigl t, between the hours of 10 and 11. It passed over the city in e'wevtward direction, end seemed to explode as it was slmut disappearing from sight. Tuaarax—This establishment will open for the tea son in s few weeks. Tbs company will, for the most part, be a new one to our ci'isens. The interior of the The* ire is being refitted and its accommodations enlarged aider the direction ol Mr. Phillips, stage manager. Arromin Scrinijrr*MH.\r—Robert Temple, Ej<i, has been appointed Superintendent of the Richmond and Vork Birer Railroad. ' * orrict or thr jar river aid k\. c«>. i Rm»i»i. JrJv Xk’h, IWO. f AOtlty mowing of Iho Stockholder. of thr Juki River snS Kanawha Coawany, sill t>v held la this d:v Dunu.nl to Ik* following ord.r, to olt : At • m•»«:■* of thv Board of Public Wo-kt, IVh July. 1>*\ It * was ordvrvd, Uial a Bcotlaa of tbv Mockh-l-tof* ot the Jsaica BlV « aw* Kaaaoh* Company be kvld at tko < fflev ol uid company, oo Tawday. Uto folk Aagaat aval" A trwv copy. THOMAS a DsWITT, •vvr.tar/ B T Works. * Mr irdsr of Iha President, WM. Ml’* MAD, Jf»-*ewtda_ Mrsmy. B2CKM SMI BAHABirAM.-A.uwly ofUsooi •Aratod UalmwM, lor Ml* by ). f. D 'flL. Druvgtsi, tt*i 9" Male aad i«h mm J tx i*m QRxua. I.ATKR FROM TEXAS. I Halvinton, July 31.—A large Monring Slid lumber miil at Austin ns burnt on the irtth. Lons one hundred 1 thousand dollar*. An incendiary negro vis caught Netting fire to a build I ing in litorgetowo and confessed that he was incited by I two Abolitionists to burn tbe town. FIRE Tallahassee, July 2$—The Floridian offi.'e and seve ral stores were burnt to-day. MARKETS. New Yoag, An* A—Cotton »teady sat unchanged. Flour un c hanged. Wheat t-ru, Southern Bel ISoaiuSc ; White US Corn firm; mU-dtl c. Pork dul Mees » Urdl8t,aiU\. BsL.ia '.«,*Au/. 8.—Flo or (lr®, new Howard 8 reet and Ohio |hSO. Wh-ot active; Rod t:Uo ; at. t» i8S®:«5.!. Coro active; Yedow T'S*P<e ; W hile T*itS0c Provisions quiet; Bae n Blrfev 13 ceo a M«»Pork ♦-0; Prime 81&S0; Rump U M&|i& Whis ky steady at 31XQ33 - "' " " -- ItANUB OP THKH VIO VI KTK It, AT J. W RANDOLPH 8 BOOKSTORE AND UXNDERT, August 8, tssu T o’clock. 18 o'clock. 8 o’clock. U Dunae: id -3 -* Oct Duo ns : 1*bS^ HAKHt’S THKOPIIBHVLI I* the beat and oben,. ■at article for dressing, beauU.*ylng, cleansing, curling, preserving and restoring the hair. Ladles, try IV Sold by all druggist* _»nd perfumers. mhl8—dSm Qr. W ItTAK’SULIAMOrMILI' CHERRY In the whole hlito-y or Medical Dioeovertea xo tawior has per formed so many or auch remarkable cures of the numerous affec tuna Of he Tkkosv, Lcsus and C«s*r—of Cofuks, Onu». Rsuschit is, Is recast v, Wmwcigu OuFun, Ouorr, Annas, er at Coasrarvion Itself, as this far-famed, long-tried and Justly celebrated Sat am. Da. W18TAR8 BALSAM OP WILD CHERRY. VIRGINIA TKNTinONV. Certificate from Mr. Nunaoa.il Nosrog, of the Eiamlmcr Ofilce, Richmond : Riotwosn. Ya.. Pcb. IS. IS30. Measrs AW Fowls 8 Co , Boston.—tiecilemen*—1 with p'eea nre I a It, to the great merit of roue Ipv.laahle lung medicine. Dr Wtwfsg’a Bataan nv Wn » Can at, ahlch isl.kewlsehighly vat ued by many of our esteemed citizens, who hare tezled It* virtue* by trial 1 fl,»t made use ofthla Balaam arm • three yearn since for a vio lent and diatrea. Ing rough,whi h baffled the ah 111 o f pli.alclaua.and, to my Joy, ezpeetenced such g-atifylng relief as to Induce me to ferae.ere In I** use I alwa.skeep it by me, and ever find it to be unfailing In ita effect*. No medicine that I av ever u.ed hsa giv cn ouch speedy rvUel Your* trulv. NORIIORNE NOkTON prr ('uafrow to Pon-Aftro.—The only peauiaa tTi-hi/ 'a Ail am has tha written signature of *'L Brrrs" and the printed one of the Proprietors on the outside wrapper ; nil other Is vile and worthies . ftr Prepared by SETH W. FOWLS A CO., Boston, and fnr sale, at wholesale and retail, by AD1E A GRAY, PURCELL,LADD A CO , W. PETERSON, J. P. DUVAL, Richmond, and by all dmg dsts sad dealers la medicines In city and country. JyU—deAwlra FROM THE ACCOMPLISHED Virginia Authoress. “ Her mouth la the fountain of ra-dure. The source from wh.i.ce purity llosv" Noarois, Visuisis. July 13th, 1S30. Mif an. Dors A Cn.—Ds»« Bis, | vc|r qy jiAMg at any time. In connection with your XX Reur l bon. Really worm are Inadequate to evpreaa the high ap prvuiallon I ent-rtain of Hi merits Ita proper name should be "Nr Plus Ultra " A» a perfume It haa no equ*'—the o lor la inoat . eqi-dte. an I l< ret.tned tor Several weeks on the handkerchief — Am ther «v at charm ia. It does n t stain tlie tu» delegate fabric of mu-l n For .he Invalid, nothing la more refreshing-one can fancy thev were wandering in Fairy Bowers, and holding c.nve'Se wttf. Pom, whil - eftialing the inti sicating perfume The XX B-urhoo la not only deaetvirig of a wide spread reputa tion. ita inventing are entitled to the highest reward. In comb nlng •uch a ch aiming -erfume. Vive l* Bourbon MARTHA UAINES BUTT. A ¥ . jjgj_if Norfolk Virginia._ “BOKER’S BITTERS,” ■ X)R more tv *n thirty year*, have *to©d unequaled and unrival t1 rd x^twithxtaxdijmj xni»jaK*b larr tTioX!* a»i» Cocwntarxrr* ter their tooic and truly valuable medicinal properties In all ca te# of complaint* connected with the 9t*raach or the Nerv* ux flyx | t**m, m wt’l m for their geut*r*l ux^fulneM aa a mo»l agreeable •ilma:*nt In their varioax pleasant appliance#. In accordance with th-teetimonlals of medical Faculties In *urope, they have al to here b* en pronounced and acknowledged by all who have tried them, to be “THE LK>T B1TTKR5 EVKR INTRODUCED," and Ills c nfldcnUy felt that they wlU maintain their reputation on their fur !*»le bjr most of the prominent Grocer* and Druggists, and, with a liberal discount to the trade, by the Ageot, L. »CNK«, J*., mr" .1® No *3 Front Street, New Vork-_ SERVANTS’ Winter clothing. \lrK have a fine stuck of superior >> \IRGIN1A T A ILLKD CL TH3, slogle and double width; au*l extra BiKKPd GRAY BATiSKW; MNilYA, OZNABURGR, HEAVY BRO SHIRTINGS, Ac., Ac., which w* wl’l tell at lower figure# daring themonih of August than later lu the »■ An lad c-ra ni is thus offered to FARMERS, PLANTERS AND MANUFACTURERS, of whVh they will do w*l! to avail »h«T#rlve# tlTOttr slock of all kiwd* of Goods is k-pt fU’l and complete. 15,81 WtTKINM A MOKMH_ LDW AKI) T. MMIIV8M, M GRADUATE OF THE _n q PHILlDKLPHIlCOLLEGE W i 1ft PHARMACY, Zft Kurcesior to LAIDLEY Sc ROBINSON, FOURTH ASI> FRANKLIN ATS., KUhmouU, HAS!- . • ImH4 stock nf Tfedl i in », nifo lrals, P. rfuim ry, Paucjr Arti 4 I a, A I'., wMch he .-Uci» «t »w pficts. Sui i p-r«onal fttieutLo will be givso to all the departments of the busl-4 s* ggV“ 4»rd re for sl.’pment will be promptly attended to and moat * pa a v! ’ WHIIK NI LPIII H WATER, •ROM THE WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS* UXKXSSSIKB OOCFTT, VA. The long established reputation of ths WHITE SULPHUR SFRtsms, for the curt* of Cbvonls diseases, renders comment upon their nedic nal ethcacy unnecessary. For many years the wat re of these Springs have been trans ]>ort**i and used by persons at their own h^mes, and, experience fu.lv teettAsa, arifA Me -owe bentfeial efsrtt Mat Kart resulted from their use when drunk f esA at th* fmntain. . * 4 9*. g-r.tly APERIENT and very decidedly ALTER ATI YE Their great forte as a remedy, and the quality above all others that has given »o them their high reputation, Is their altera Its# power, or th- r pecu'lar operative Indu-nces, by which they •timuuite ft! tndular secretions, reeolre Chronic inflammation*, "*er* tone oOstru. toms In the smaller vessels, and throw of morbid 'iccumulatums from diseased organs, thus producing the altera Use or /*r*yi>mnd changes demanded in almost every case of Chron ic disease As an aPERlKNT and ALTERATIVE, the range of disease to which they are applicable will be apparent to medical men—such, for instance, as Chronic of ectiuu* of the Stomach, Bowels, Liter, Kidney*, Skin, dc., dc. Upon the Ainations of the organs gener ally, they exert marked effects, stimulating those that are Inactive, tad establishing healthy secretions la such as have departed from a normal condition. In DY3PEP0M, and In Chronic Irritations of ths mucous coat of ths Stomach and Bowels, they art employed with the happiest result*. In the various forms of LIVER DISEASE, their superior efficacy has been long and firmly established CHRONIC DlARRH'EA Is often cured by them, after other rent Idles have been ineffectually tried. To COSTHOim of the Bowels and to PILES, they are well adapted. _ In the ssmeral forms of KIDNEY and BLADDER AFFECTIONS, unattended with inflammation, they are vrrv serviceable. To th- mreraJ/unns of CHRONIC OBSRRUCTlONB, Ac., pecu liar to females, their aUeratire influences are often eminently usefoL NEURALGIA and the various nervous diseases, when they are ths r-solt of organic derangemsnts, are treated with great success by th—sw waters. In CB RON 1C RHEUM ATT9M, their known efficacy is coeval with the early .history of the Pprings. As a pali ali*r of most excellent effect In GOrT, their value has In tflKRCl’RI AL DI'tKARKtf. and In that peculiar affection that rmuita 'rum the aboae of Jiert-ury in MYFMYUTIC affection*, a fall ourae of the Water atar i* unrivalled In It* curative i over* Pamphlet* dwacrtptive of the medicinal character and ap pRcabllitlwa of the Waters fi rnlahed gratia, on application to the Agent* ^^Theae Water*, aecu-ely put up at the Spring* In glaa* bottle*, are now being regularly tarnished to the Agent* la Richmond, for the supply of the general public. prevent Impoei'lon. each bottle ha* the word* "ORWWN Rklfct WHITE ftl'LPHUR WATRR,” blown In the glass, without which none l* genuine. Order* from Individuals, and the frW# throughout the United Matee, thould be directed to PCRCILL, LADD A CO. aptT illcrim Own*! A.-eot*, Rlchmon !. va •% /A V $/*' o C ECONOMY! W\T>\ w ■:? *t\ > \ yg* % Biapafrslk! ®^| ft Save the Pieces 1 ®»vj Al acridmt* wiUkapp*t, ma I. vtU-rtg%laUdfiimiliM, H le very desirable to her# mu cheep end eoorenleot wap for repair ing Furniture, Toye, Crockery, Ac. IPALDINO’R PBEPARID OLE* meet# kU each emergencies, end no hooeehold cu nlford to be without It. It le elweye reedy ud np to the etlcklng point. There le no longer e necessity for limping chairs, eptlntered renters, heedleee doUa, ud broken eradlea. It le just the article for cone, •bell, ud other oraomenUl work, so popular with the Indite ef re Anetoeul ud Meta. This edmlrahlc prrpnrntlon li need cold, being chemically held la eolation, ud poet easing ,j the rnlunble qenllties of tho bosk cabinet-makers' Cine. It may be need In the place ef ordinary mucilage, being really more adhesive. “C8EPCL IN EVERT H0C8E." M. R—A Brash accompanies each bottle. /Vice, IS cents. Wkolcoatlo Depot, No. 48 Cedarml., Flaw York ddrees HKFIH Y V. BPALDINM * CO., Hoi Flo. S.80O, New York. Pat np tor Dealers In Cases containing Poor, Kg' t. ud Twelve nosen -a beaaufni Lithographic Show-Card accompanying oach (fi tingle battlt of SPALDING'S PREPARED OLC1 will tart ton times its cost aunally to every hoo»ehold._jB Hold by all prominent Stationers, Druggist*, Hardware ud Fur allure Dealers, Grocers, ud Fancy Stores. Country merchants should sake a note of 8PALDINGH PRE PARED OLCB. shea making up their list. It will eland uy oil wtU »*H—if.fiv'v LILLI E'« iBtfeaelnble Chilled Irok FIRE AND BDEGLAR-PEOOf SAFES, Seowred with Lilli** Ffleil Come bloa Horn f o w * o F • w Agents, Rlehmond. rFrom Editor of Norfolk Harald.' BAKER’S PHE.RIl'M BITTERS. TUI? 1» the reason which th.aj eel-hra-ed Ritters are neatly sought aft*r, and possessing, ae they do, a wo Id-wide fame. It le hardly necessary to Impress upon the mind of the Inralld Uieir Inestimable sir luce. We have. In ourancial Intercourse, heurd but one espresdon In their lavor, aod lhai le, whenever used they act like ft cNftrm am! prove nore rfflcack u* U>ao ftny mriiLloe that has ever bevn offered to the public The maker of lh**#v HltUra uaet oo hlgf.lv vioughi panegyr ca or Aiming huid bill* to fu I her the tale el his Miters, but simply the. wing ihi- articlei on lie own merit., to be Judged accordingly. He does not, like all the quark •tuff now la use, say that It will core all Ihe Ills common to hu manity- but be (takes his reputation, that whenever taken accord ing to dtrvc long, II will cuie Ague and Fever, Dyspepsia, flowd Complaint, Cholera Morbus, Indlgeelion. Sour Stomach, loss of Appetite—and all diseases arlalng from torpidity of the User and Inaction of the digestlre oigatu Ihvir equal h ti‘lo be hsd. Thr.ee ll;uen c in be had or Messrs, AD1K A GRAY, fUBORLL, LADD A CD., and by all prominent Druggists In the cliy of Rich m nd and elsewhere In Virginia and North Carolina Also, ly 0. STOTT ,t CO , Washington City, D. 0.; CANBV GILPIN A 00., Baltimore; B. A. FAHNESTOCK A 00., Philadelphia, and BARNES A PARK. Now York. Orders filled by aidreMlsg K. BAKKR, Proprietor. Jane 1J—dtc Elchracud, Ya. _ DOCTOR MA11T1NI S CATAMENIAL CORRECTOR!! HAS HAD A TEN Y II I If S TRIAL, W1IICU SHOULD BK SUFFICIENT TO OONVINCE hVKRY HUFFHR IXO WO MAX Of the Great Value of the Catamenial Corrector!! a*n yiiir rr nt without axi-annw trTIIL BEST UEDIC’I.YEJfcJ BEFORE TUE PUBLIC FOR ALL DldEAKES ARISING FROM IRKKHULARlIlKB. CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DEBILITY, PALPITATION OF TIIK HEART. VKKTIU* OR DIZZINESS. PAINS IN THK KIDNEYS, PAINS IN THR SMALL OP TUB BACK, PAINS UNuER THE 8HOUL ‘ER8, LOWNESS OF SPIRITS, LANGUOR AND NKRVOUSNkSS GENERALLY. DIFFICULT MENSTRUATION, SUSPENDED MENSTRCATION, OR CESSATION OF THE MENSES, AND an alms.1 eudleee variety of other diseaeee attendant on Irregu'ar lire supe Induced hy colds, by over egerllm, by a wetk eon-titullnn. severe meotal or p yel el labor. The simple remedy for at1 Is to g-t at the primary cause of the disease; re move It, and you assist nature to regulate Tble can be done by “‘TaTAMEMAL CORRECTOR. Which haa nrver f^led »o rffid ft care when properly u*ed, nccor ding to the direct! jn*, ftud ft fair tri il glfca It It l* prepared from the recipe and under the peraonal aupervi ■ion of » moat S.l.lful Ph>aieUn who for a uuadhir of year* con fined *t* tt»e to hit private practice. H r the few year* that It haa been be fore the i uMlcit haa gained for lUelf a poaltlon hat will aoon, hy iU rapid Inc-eaae of popularity, j»l««e It at the head of all rroi.-d ra heretofore offered for Women • diaeate* T!»e more especially thoae abive enuerrrate*, whlrh too often eudln CONSUMPTION, For aalc by moat reapeclabl# Drug* lata throughout the Union and Canvdaa. PRICE, 81-50 PER BOTTLE. N B —When It happen, that your Druggist hss not the article, the money can be remitted d reel to us, and If two or more hollies are ordered at one time, the medicine will be sent free of charge for trsuiportalion. Particular dlree'lon i ae to uie Ae., accompany each bottle Druggie's can be supplied direct from tut Laboratory, cr by sending’heir ordera to BARNES A PARK, New York. F. P WELL? A GO.. New York. S H. II SNOB, Baltimore,M I. DYOTf’S, Philadelphia, Pa. J. VVB1UHT A CO , New Orleans, La. JOHN D PARK, Cincinnati, It. II H t VS, Portland. Me. [Ohio. Or to any respectable YVholreale Druggt Is In New York or Phila delphia. Circulars, with Trade Prices, Ae., for the Corrector and our other medicines, sent free to tt hoi sal- Hover*. No Medicine placed on c< niml>s!on. J. I>. I. HE NYSE, General Agent for the Uolted Mates and Canadas, Jy<—lylf 40 Ann, S»„ New lurk. PLOWS roll FALLOWING, l\ H. STARKE, No. J J, n»ln Ntrrrf, Three Doors shove SI. Charles Hotel. YlfOULD CALL THK ATTkfsIlUft OF FARVIKRB TO 1118 TO*« HERD flOWRRB, DRILL4*, Ac, Ac., ^ manufxctu ed hr him expressly lor Hummer VSva_^ and Fall o per aliens. V a EHPEC1AL ATTENTION's called to the fad that he will se l the heat three-horse **low now s-» in use in Virginia f r TEN DOLLARS; And If, after trla’, It dt-es not prtve the best, he will take It hack fr e of rl,a-ir- T». tlnae who use the CUKK B <A 'K KL‘"H,No liand No V. he w. ul 1 sav th «t thev c *n he rupjd ed-t the low price of RIull r DOLLAR* for No. I*, and FIVE DOLLAR* for No. ». Castings for every Plow In use unhand. Garden aud lid I seeds of eviry variety, warranted as pure as can be had. tf « liberal d'se^unt made t* the trade. au I-tf_P H. ST4RKK VIN I'HKtN ND wl.l be published early In xugtut: Nem»s>, a n**«r novel. Bv Ma*ton lla-lend, author of “Alone,” “Hidden Path,*4 4 Moss »*idc ” 1 vol. Price Persons remitting the i rice, wilt rec»lve It p< st paid. Klchmomt In B -gone Days, with a Diane* at the Pres* nt, being Reminiscent’ •* and Last Words of an old cit t ?n. Bv *aamtl Mor dec xt Hecoud ealtlon with many corrections an*l additions. We have recently pub Dh*d : The Volunteer-’ ilaud li. ok; containing an abridgement of Har dee'e ’nfartry Tartlca, adapted f*»r the use of the P.-rcusslon Muskit In Squxd »n I Company Karen- sc*. Mar ml of Arms, for Kilt-men, and rrlted > tat«-s Army Regulations as to Parades, Re rtow, Inspnnti n, fihnvd Mounting, a - k* an oflloar si IRc S'rst Rrirlment of Virgin % \ Iur»te*rs Price ft) ceute. It will b« sent lo any who remit the price. Ad Items WK*T A JOlINTOV, Publish era_ CHEWING TO»l UTO.-Verw superior articles, just re .eived, for sale by t'ic small quantities, «»r otherwise, by au_* A. K MOORE, Agent HCll TIFI I. RROWN St'C AIt Klv.-UitN. 0. huJ Cuba Muscovado Mulssats, for sale by aug A K MOORE, Agent_ I>LACK | KA.— Just rcr Ived a dclic'oua article of Black Jj T-a, »atlsf*' t • n guaranteed In it. AI*o, * Ice articles of ot, lor sxle by A. ) M lOK, AgSttt. LYXTHB1 H« \ ABISioiitlX TKLEuK.Al’B (OAll’A.W. TV* K annus) mettirg i f thy giockhcljcrk of th. Lynchburg and , Ablcg too Telegraph Cunpsuy. .Ill he held At theofflerf the Comj any, la Lynchburg, on FRIDAY, l*th day of August nest. Hy o»der of the Board of Directors. jygt-dtUing WVf. 8 MGRRI8, Freriilelit OFFICE RICHMOND AND YORK RIYKR R. R CO, i Rictmoyn, Aug. 1st, l-tRi i tTROM and after thla dste. R >. II TEMI'LK, E>q , 1. bupetln 1 tendeot of the Read of this C. mpaoy, AH person, having c aim. agvn.t the Company will pleaae le.ye them with the Treasurer, over the Drug blur-- nf Mt.tr. Johnston A Bro., ALEV DODI.RY, aut - ‘ft _ _Fr. ..dent I860. FALL TRADE. 1860. LAxmt. mtoTiir.K* a co., IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OK DRY GOODS. Not. 2S I ami 2SB Bnlllmorc Htrrrt, • Raltimoro. ARK no. receiving their supply of DKY GO0DA, f r the Fall Trade, lsgli. .h ch emhrece* a very large snd varied aasorp men-, of DOMEbTIO and STAPLE GOODS, of the best maky and brands mad* in the country In Forelsn Gouda we will be prepared to offer an unrivalled Stcck of both BRITISH A\D C0.\TI.\E.\TAL FABRICS, hoosht In person, by our Mr. L. L. Lanier, in thh different markets of Europe. To clos* and responaible buyers w* are determined to meet any any market N. B.—Order* have prompt attention, and th* same care, a* though the buyer were personally prcjctt. jyM-eodlm R4LK. — IOshar ■ Richmond Fire Aseoclatlon 8 Alio Va. 6 per cent Honda. R H. MAfTRY A CO., fyfft Hotter Ht Charles Hotel i jKIMM1. AND POU KHFI L WOHR. The subecrlbers have recently published a n w work, entitled Tin: LOST PRINCIPLE! Which dIssues*-s th* Hectlonal Equilibrium between the Notth and South, and the mode » f recovering it The Richmond fwyslrgr, In an extended and Interesting no tice of the work, cat's It a *4 Rtriklngly Original and Powerful Work.” which 44 has placed its at thor In the front rank of Couth era writer* ” Frtc*» fn copies mi lea w any aqartss, irce m receipt of that sum. JAMES W00DII0U8C A CD , aul Vookstllere, Richmond, Ya. W* ». BI'TCHKH'S FILFS AND . EDGE TOOU, of recent Importation, for lair h) CLARKSON k ANDERSON. LAl>l I'V fSeMCH TRIA hS. A LtRGR number of thoai- conrenlent Trunk!, with Bonnet t\ (Uin rniiile. Drawers. Ac., will be *o d eilremaly che*i>, u mane ladle* have found to their aatiafactlon, at j^£*, 11M WALSH’S. ROCkllKIIMai: IIATIIS hockuridgeco., va. THIS deUgM'ulaummir rmort laaltuated nine miles from Oo*hen Depot on the Virginia Central railroad and e even miles from lexlngton. Person, lexelng Richmond hjr the Central*. R.,or Waahlnet >n dtp, hr the Orange and Alexandria railroad, will rrarh the Hatha hy <1 o’clock In the rrenlng Peranna coming from the Southweat, ela Lynchburg, may reach the Baiha either by the Or ange and Central railroad, or by the Jamea Hirer Packet and aUge coach**. TxauA—Two Dollar* per day—Ten Dollars per week Cot. G, P. LEE, Superintendent JylS-dSw for 8. 1 JORDAN A CO. LIVKKPOOL AND LONDON FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. Capital, 810,000.000! ANNUAL INCOME, $2,250,0001 Daily Revenue 87,.00.00. INVESTED IN tllE UNITED 8TAfK8, OVER »SOO,OOOI AU Dir f t. t, rtrtufuiUy Ri.iiOtislt.U fir Ua Snyayrmmtt oj tke (Jofnpoiiy. WE retpectfnily ask attention to the security of the Liverpool and London Insurance Company, to Its policy holders In Ue large cash capital and Investments, as stated above. The large capital end Income of the Company enable !t to take lines convenient to parties requiring large amounts of insurance. In addition to the ordinary mode of Insurance, thl» Coropanv Is sues PERM A SENT POLICIES, on the payment of TEN ANNU AL PREMIUMS Property U, thenceforth. PERMANENTLY INSURED. The Policy can be cancelled at any One, and the pre mium will be returned less 5 per eeat. This Company will make insurance by lots of Rente by Tire, on a new and rnoet liberal principle. Under the Pollclee of this Company all claims are paid upon pre sentation of satisfactory proof of loss without abatement or deduc tion tor internet: and not, as 1* usual, butt nave after preesnta Ronof preoC WORTHAM A WYATT, Agents, mMl 42 Main street, under Hi Charles Hotel. Among tmf larok ano rkaitifi lm sortment of the various style* of Portraiture executed by G. W. MINNI8, at his Photograph and Pine Art Oallery, <11 Main Street, Richm nd. Ya , may be found Likenesses of the following well known and distinguished gentlemen, all of which bear testi mony to the t aperiente end skill of ihr venous Artists employed, and the well earned ruputatlon of his Gallery : Ex-Gov. Wise, Hon Mr Orr, P. C., “ Lieut Gov. Jacksrn, Jno. R. Thompson, Esq., Lieut Gov. Montague, Rev. Mr. Kled, Hon J .is. Lvoas, Rev. Mr. Peterkln M J Caskle, Rev. Mr. Duncan, Judge I.otnsx, Rev Mr. Mlnegerode, “ Tyler, Rev. Mr. Baker, “ Hopkins. Rut. J. L Burrows, Ches. Bruce. Fsq., Rev. J P. towards, Gen. Wm. Walker, Rev. Mr. Seeley, Cap*. Joe Myers, Fev. Mr Peterson, Rev. Mr Jeter, Rev. Mr. Kepler, Rev. W. A 8m‘th, Rev Mr. Wilmer, The late R*v. Mr. PrbreD, The late Judge Butler, S. 0., The late Judge Clapton, The late F.dgmr A Poe, Rev. Mr B'tgge, Rev Mr. Hcbrlgley, Duplicate crplre of all the above for sale, and every stvle of Photograph executed Dorn life or oopled from small picturee and warranted to please _n>«>0 OODA WATER- - I woul 1 reeprctfuliv eall the attrntlon of ^ ell lovers of a mt glass or watu, to give my Fountain a trial *s 1 keep eowuntly on hand, with a fresh assortment of ^rmp% C earn*, Ac., to salt, Poda Water, w»anuf%ctur*d from the best FI Cvhoaeted Soda. W. L. WARING. Jj-iT lu? Broad street, above >tb, EX>T7a«A.'i1*0*T. KOVrHKBN FBWALB INSTITUTE, MJUggf** RICHMOND, VA. THK Eleventh Sevston of thl* 1ns Illation trill coTBmsnes cn the 8rot Monday to October next, And clou oo Ibt loot day of The Principal do<* not derm It necessary to give Oir namaa of the Assistant Tearhris In hl» emp'ny, almj.ly laying that l.ola aid eil by elrven throughly quailfi-d Instructors, and that aeery sff>rt will be nude to ma-utalu the high reputation and aelaet character "Vhi advantages offered In ihe department of mcelc (vocal and Inairume- ul) arc umurpaaacd. Tlie moat accomplished teachera In the city arc cmp.oyed, and particular alienUon la paid l» thli valuable accompllahmaot. Two French ladle*, reared and educated In Paris and apeaklng the purest French, reside In Uio fnmllv ol the Prlnclpr 1, whoee es pecial duty It Is to speak Frtncn habitually with all thoa* who are studying the lansuase. It I* confidenlly asserted that a* much and aa pure French ta spoken In Ihe house as In any female eehool In the Union. , ... Tbr auHectt of Nntaml Philosophy aril Ch*ml*try • re fully IS lustraled by. xp. rlments, the apparatus belonging to the Instlt jte being as oomple'eys any Imho Statu Especial alien Ion is given alto to Ihe study of History. English Literature, Rhetoric and Readtog-a portion ol the cruras boih at I Ac-We And profit AMf. The Pilnclpal refer* with pride to the following list of Pstaoxs, a* about the best evidence of the merits of Ms School: lion H. A. Wise, "orfo k, Va.; Com. M. F. Maury. Nat. Ob.; Rev. Wm. Sparrow, Theological Seminary, Alexandria; Rev P. Slaughter, Oulprper; Rev.H. *'»'!, *«» O.orge S’ooabsllg -, R v. H. S. Kepler, Rev. D. 8 Doggett, Dr B. R. Wellfurd, A. A. Morton, J It. Ander.no, P R. Orailsn, James Lyons, T. K. Price. Wm Pa'mer, CoL R. Fo-la ne, < ol (1 W Munford, A. J Ruther foord Hon. John Robertson. K|. hmond; Jas M. Moraon, Oooch lard; Wm. Clark, J. B Carrington, Halifax; R K. Cralle, Green brier. Va ; P. 8t George Crcke, Powhata-; Dr. R. H. Stuart, King George; K. r. Scott, »auqoler, T J. Randolph, B. F. Minor, Al bemarle; A Penn. J W. Carroll. New Orleans; R Baylor, Rases, Mrs i. it Hartlson, Lcwar Brandon; CoL T. A Dabney Dry Grove, Mist . Bryce Stewart, Clarkevltle, Tenn ; Hon. G. H. Lee, Clarks bury Va. Reference la made, aleo, to the Fa-oltleacf tbo Virginia Military Institute and William aud Mary College, to Profeeeore Bledsoe, Smith, Coleman, Maupln and Davis, of the University of Virginia. Tsana Board, Washing and Lights.. I*** J® Tuition In Knitlsh.. ®J °# Preparatory Dep .rtment.... J® "J Latin or Modern Languages, In olassss, each,. *» ®* Music. Vocal or on Plano, Harp, Organ or Guitar, per leaaoa,. . I ®® Drawing rr Painting In oil or water colore.$20 to 80 W Pew rent. J 0® Use of lna*ruments, per month. In® Payahl one-half 1st October, balance on the nth of February. For further particulars or for catalogue, address the Principal, D. LEE POWELL, jy!2—1m Bo* St, Richmond, Va, WMIOS FEMALE INSTITUTE. THE next session of tt.la Institute will open on Ihe 17th of Sept, and close on the *dth of June following. The pre-ent Pilnclpal. Rev R. F. Siubbs, has resigned that po sition, and the eehool will, In future, be under the Presidency of Rev W. J Points, M. D. Tlie scholastic year, will be divided Into two terms; the first commencing on lith of Sept, and closing on 31st of January. Ihe second commencing on 1st of Fcb'y and closing on 80th of June. The Fatuity of the Institute will be as follow*, vi*: Rev. W. ]. POINTS, M. D„ Principal, Professor of Ancient and Modern Language* and of Moral aud Mental Science. Rev. R. F. hT0mt8, Professor of Natural Bcience and Mathematics. Miss A DALE POINTS, Instructress In Preparatory Department—unit Assistant In Modern Langnsgca F. A NF.WU1SRR, Professor cl Instrumental Music. Mira A DELE POINTS. Assistant Inatructress In Mu.ic. EXPENS*S PER TERM, Board, Including Lodging and Purl .BS0 0® Tuition In Primary English Branches...Id C# Complete Rngd-ii Cour.e.20 00 ancient and Modern Languages, each.12 fin Painting, Drawing, rroamenta’s, Ac., each .10 00 Music on I’lvno, and Vocal Music.... .20 00 Use of Instrument ... ... .*8® Washing and L'ghu . ...10 80 All fees payame half In ad ranee. No deduction cicept In cases of protracted richness. All applications for Information should be directed ta Mr A. G. STUBBS, Richmond, Va., Till lat of September; after that, to the Principal. The undersigned loilolta a fair share of the public patronage au2—dlawActl.’thSept W J. POINTS, M. U. Boarding sc hool at hoxbi mv, new KEN r CO., V A — t will open tide achool al mv mother's (Mrs. C N. Pollard i residence, os the lit ol September, ISfiO, for the llm Bed cumber of 12 boje. Bo, s of this school will enjoy aU the advantages of a private fam'ly and wilt receive the same attention as at home The co urse olios-ruction will embrace all the KcglDh, Classical and Mathe matical branches. Tsava- |2lli Including everything. For further particulars see circular which can he obtained by addreeelng Thoa R. Ballard, Kavhsnge Hotel, Blchmond, or myself *t Hubbard's P O., New Kent e-unty. THOS A POLLARD, A. M M. I). Hoye, t>. D., Richmond; B. U llouglaa. King William; »«. B. Newton. Hanover; John P. Pierce, New Kent, Hugh Nelaon.Pe terthurg; T. Taylor, New Kent. jy* -lA.flm_ MISS PECRAM'S SCHOOL. rpil* fifth aeasion of thli School will hegln on the firet day of Oc 1 luhff, Mlis Pcgrsrn deem* thla a preper occasion to express her grate* ful s»n*« cf the encouragement which has attended her efforts in the cau*.» of EducAtlon. To the popl a whuxe affection and industry have cheered her la bors, and t<> t e parent* whose kind expresalons of approval have been the highest reward, as well as to the many friends whose In fturnrehas hern c«.na'an'ly used In her lo-half, Miss P«-gram re turns sincere and cordial thanks. hhe tr sts that the increased r <p*ri» ce )f each year and unre la* ng effort* on her t art to des« rvt the c ilidencr repcsed In her, will re ioer htr Ikhool worthy of continue sac-ess. Catalogues, with full particulars, may be hat on application to Ms a J. W PEG RAM, •al_,U«-tf Untlvn Square. I NIVEKSITY HIGH SCHOOL. huguenot springs, powhatan county, Virginia. A SCHOOL will he opened at th's place, on the 1st of October next, under ihe direct on of the undersigned. Though de igned especially a* preparatory to the University of Vlrglnla.lt wdl, f. r this reason, aff rd no fewer advantages to thoue Intend ing to enter ether Universities, or any college One of the Principals will teach M.vhcmxUcs; the ether. I an go ages. Assist .nt B a’ructors shn'l. In every case, be graduates ..fthe University cf Virginia Colloquial dasaes, however, In the Modern Languag.t, will receive occasional Instruction from na ' Ivf*s * f these lauguai et. Charges for the Session. $2?P; Including every thing Circulars may be ohtal ed at the Bookstores In Richmond, or by application to us th' ough the RUhmond, P. O PHILIP H STANARD, A M., Graduate of, and formerlv Assistant Prof, at Va MIL Inst «nM«V II. OWKNH, JR., A M., jy8—dAetf Lately Prof, of BfSi k In M WM OoBif. EDUCATION. r|1HR Board of Kducat'on. consisting of the Trustees of the State 1 Hrroluarv, West of the Suwannee, located In Tallahassee, Flor ida, desire to employ three assistant trache*s, to supply vacancies that have occmred in the HchoM Two,competent to give Instruc tion in *he English, French, Latin and Greek Languages, ano one in Ma hematics and Military Tactics. To teachers well qualified, and with some experience In teaching, a salary of $1200 for the scholastic year will be allowed. Fr*m the Hoard of Tearhtrs when comrKte, one will be selected by the Board of Education to ct a* Principal, with an Additional cempensat'on of Three Hun dred Dollar*, f»-r the same term. The duties of the School com mence 0 -t »>***r 1st, and end July 1st, 1SC1 Communications may be addressed until the 1st of Reptember, to E RPPKj*, jvio— tf P esldent of the Boar*' of Education. LADl ES’ ACT O.U 1*1.ISII U EftTK. MHN. and NIH. aptoiuia* havk opfnkd their NEW ESTABLISHMENT, The specific object of which Is to ofer /acllitien for the acquire ment of accompJitJimcnU. and also to afford a home to those who seek the superior means of Ins-ruction to be found In New York Oltv. A prominent feature Is the Introduction of a LEGITIMATE METHOD « F STI DYIWG, Without which the best Tuition Is attended with no benefit and hence the reason, that the A*r:aAXT* ma AtonxrusMvxxT* ass dm Satin! ISP « tTl THKtK ATTAINMENT.. The admirable plan of EVERY DAY LESS0N8 Is adopted as the only tff'Ctlve mode of Teaching. For the development of taste, a ssrles of MATINEE? and 801 Rg tft, of a high order, will he given during each season. The as sistance of the most eminent Artists is seen ed. For Prospectus, apply to Mr APTOMMA8, 114 west 84th Street, near Broadway, JySl —dim* _ _ New York. RICH.UOND FEMALE SEWINAMY, ON GRACE STREET BETWEEN SD St 4TH, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. A M. DUPUr, A. M .PinciriL m)IK neat are. in of thla InatlMion will commence on the lat of 1 October laTtl, nod will terminate on the Both Jane, lafil. The Principal will ha aided, aa heretofore, by a well aelected eorpa of AialitanU, who, with their ability and experience, cannot fall to alee aatlafactlon The Boarding Department wl'l be nnder the manag rment of Mr. and Mr a. Dupuy. autsted hy Mra. Mary R. Oaaaeii, hraarly of Sa vannan. in-T »iODf wmrnm* mme r»wumj»r/ w*w me juu»b ladle* an 1 will exercise a ParmM care and control ovtrthos* committed to tbeir charge The success which has attended this effort to establish In the city of Rlchrao d a Female Seminary of th« first class has encouraged the Principal to provide more ample accommodations for the next session. The buildings are now bring enlarg'd, and Important mndlficatl ns will be made In them, which witl add greatly to their convenience and comfort. The lodging rooms are large and well ventilated, and ret more than from two to four boarders will occu py one room. The Recitation Rooms will he well arranged for the accommodation of the pupils TERMS FOR NINE MONTHS. Board. . .1800 00 Washing, fuel and lights. 80 00 Tuition In the Preparatory Department. 80 00 do In ordinary Engllah branches. 40 00 do In advanced do do . 60 00 do InjModern and Ancient Languages, each . 90 00 Music, Vocal and Instrumental (Plano and Guitar), for ont lesson of one hour per week. 40 00 For two lewsons of one hour each per week. 80 00 Use of Piano. 10 00 Drawing In Crayon. 80 (4) Painting In Water colors. 40 00 Painting in Oil. MOO One-half payable on the 1st of Oct, I860, and the remainder on the luth of Feb’r, 1841 Reference Is made to Rev Dr. Moses D. Hoge, and to any of the former patrons of the schooL Catalogues of the Senary, contairlng inure detailed informa tion, oau be obttinsd at any bookstore in the city, or by applica tion to the undersigned. A. M. DUPCT. Jyll Richmond, Va. OLD DO.HIXIOX INSTITUTE, ' THE next session of this School for Young Ladles, located at the the corner of 6th and Franklin streets, Richmond, Va . will begin on the 1st day of October, 1840, and close on the 80th of June next ensuing. HOARD or IKHTRt'CTIOR. I. F. Shumate, Mental and Moral gclrnce *nd Ancient Lan guages. R. G. Ollson. Natural Science and Mathematics. Rev James A. Duncan, Biblical Literature. Mon*. Edouard Houdayer, French. Carlos C Mera, Spanish and Italian. Albert De Roedlger, German. MIm kiva M- Jones, Intermediate English. Mbs Maggie l». braudes. Primary EnglUh. Horace Chase, piano and Organ. Heinrich Schneider, Harp. O. A. Ericsson, Guitar. Oswa d Heinrich, Pa'ntlng and Drawing. J. W. Reeve, Penmunahlp. TERMS. Tixus for the Session, payable half on first of October, residue f-h.14, lrkl : Primary English, (Including Vocal Music).. 980 00 Intermediate English, (Including Vocal Music) . 40 o0 Senior, (Including Vocal Music;. 60 00 Languages, each. 90 00 Piano, Organ, Guitar, or Cultivation of the Voice, for half hour lessons, 9 per week. 60 00 Plano, Organ, Guitar, or Cultivation of the Voice for one hour le son*, 9 per we^k. 80 00 Dll Painting. M 00 Pastel or Water Colors, Crayon Drawing. 90 00 Use of Plano. 10 00 Ornamental Branch* s... Board . *0 00 Washing and Lights. 98 00 Application to enter pupUs, and all communications concerning the School should be mads to THOMAS U GAI.LEHER Richmond. Vs, The announcement for t)i» session of 1840, *41, will be furnished to ihc«» who apply as Indicated^ ^ Jy4—ly S0UTHBRI CLASSICAL ASD MILITARY ACADEMY, AT HILLSVILLR. VIRGINIA. THE lint t«w|[ n of thli iMUtutlos will b. oomn.ncd oo th, lit of Aoxtiit ntit. A. J. IT EDS* AN, lylft—__fribclptl ml Kroprlttor. HSS" “■M v,r‘ "Vt Hr >IH. LEFBBVRC'a SCHOOL. TBE NFST BE83I0.4 of f nr school begins on tl.s SZRST DAT OF OjTOHLR, 1 ^60t and terminal*« on the last day of Jane, lbil. In eonsl deration of the almost unprecedented success that has attended our efforts, we cannot refra.n from expressing our thank fulness to our man> trends and patrons, and think we may be pardoned for britlly referring lonutne of the many advantages af forded, on which the permanent prosperity of all such innhu'.lona must ulMr at-ly depend. i he building* are large and commodious, planned for the wants and requlrem* ts of a large fcm%i«* lcstitn'lon—and aff«rdlngal men on* <|ial ed advantages for the romfnrt and convenience of our pupils Only two young ladles mill occupy the same rhamher, except when three may pre er to rocm together. The Prlnc'pal has made female • duestlon the **udy and business of Ids life, and has djw been engaged in successful teaching for upwards of twenty yean ; Ms assistants are well qualified and ex perienced, seltcled with especial reference to the brsnehes under their charge, and sofliclently tried in this Institution to be refer.ed to with entire confidence. Our system of education Is thorough and complete, and while the brat facilities * re afforded for perfectloujn tho accomplishments of female e lucallon, the greatest ears is devoted to insure the acq»lre meats of sound, practical Larning ; the reason and judgment are exercised In preference to mecory, and toe Utter, while not whol ly Ignored, is made subsidiary to and dependent on the former. Our dally sjstcm consists essentially In d-se, searching examla atlons, careful explanations and familar lectures The plan pur sued for many years In Instruction in the French department has proved cmincntlv successful. It Is the language of the family, and much tine and attention 1s given -Indeed every facility afforded— to enable those pupils boarding with us 11 acquire an accurate knowledge of, and to speak with ease and IIuency, the French of common CMiversatlon, In this respect, we tolnk cur school pos scsh's advantages which can only be equalled by few institutions of the kind In the country. Music, Vocal and instrumental, Drawiog and Painting both from models and from miture a*e under the charge of Professors eminently qual.fl’d In their various branches. Most of these In structors are employed to teach excluslvelv In our school, that by devoting heir time and at’entlon entirely to our pupils every ad vantage may be afforded for the acqu sltlon of these accomplish meets. both rules and regulations are enforced as are ca'culated to pro mote the welfare and Interest of all the pupils. TfAf'HKR*. Di-bsbt P. Liraovaa, A. M., Principal, Natural PhMoeophy, Litera ture, Moral and Mental Philosophy, French. Wm. (*. Williams, A. B., Vice Principal, Astronomy, Mathematics, Olo mlatry, History, Latin. F.owaboO. Howard, English Literature, Histcry, Reading. Mrs. Gra« a Baxxsrrr, Eng hh Branrhe*. M #s Mart 0. Gobi***, English Brioche*. Benor Cahiais Cairovax Msra. Hpa* Ish snd Italian. bioaoaiXA saToairrrA kaiA, Vocal Miitlc. Biuroaiha Marixtta Eaaa, Plano John a. Galyo, Drawing and Painting. Wm. F. <ikabai Plano, Organ, Bacred Music. 0. W Tiiilow, Piano, llcasii m Ba hreidhs, Harp. U. Kaicesoa, Guitar. The Rev Gao. Woobbimik and the Rev. Frark Bake* have kind ly taken charge of the Bible Claeses. TKRM8 FOR TI1IC BCHOLABTlO YEAR. Beginning the 1st day a f October snd ending tlie Ut day of July. For Board . . .flbC t*0 for Washing.. VO in For Lights. 10 00 Nor Fuel.. 10 fO For FmgUsh Tuition. 40 Oo For Modern Languages, each. HO 00 For french, when stuuied exclusively of the K: gllsh branch M 77.. 40 00 For Latin,. 3*00 For Literature. 30 00 For Music on Pla"<\ Guitar, Organ or Binging : For one lesson (of an hour) a week. 40 00 For two lessons (of an hour) a week. **) On For three lessons (of an hour) a week. 130 0b For four lessons (of an I our) a week. lew 00 For Bacred Music In Class . . b fiO For Harp. Teacher’s feefc. For the ua«* of Plano.. 10 CO For Drawing from Models. 30 W For Drawing from Nature. 40 0 For Painting in Water Colors. 40 On For OB Paint'ng. WOO Primary Department—lor Children under 11 years of age HO 00 REFERENCE*. Tax Pass'vs ©» yhk Bchoah.—R ght Reverend Bishop Meade, Va ; Right Revere d * (shop Elliott, Ga; Right Reverend Hl»hop J. hns, Virginia; Bight Reverend Bishop Cobbs Alabama, Reverend A. Ample, D. D., Hi miegton N. 0 ; Rev. D 8 Doggett, D. D., Rich mond; Reverend Charles Read, Richmond; Rev*rend Nelson Head, Danville, Va ; Reverend O. GilJer»leev*, Richmond, \a.; liev« rend T V. Moore, D I).. Richmond, Va.; Reve end, Wm. 11. Wheel wrlsht, Richmond, Va.; Reverend John Baundrrs, Richmond, Va.; The Clergy o? the Episcopal Church In Virginia. gar- AU lett-rs to be directed to HUBERT P. LI FKBVRK, Rich mond. JvHti—dA'Hm Mkn. niiLip in a vo w»n » ho l ut Bye amor** Church, on 11th street, between Bread and Mar shal), on the first Monday la October. Bhe will receive a few small boys. TirtnsgAO per session o; y months. JyH-tf UW CAKJJ& _ El STACK GIBSOUT, ATTORNEY at LAW. WILL PRACTICE In the Courts of OUes, Mercer Monroe, Montgomery an 1 Pulajiki ; ami will collect an 1 r<mit punc tually for all elaima placed lu his hands. Post office, Gllr* Court House, Va. jyl 7 — JOHN W. GREEN, ATTORNEY at LAW. WVTILL PRACTICE In the Courts of the City of Richmond ar.d Y? County of Henrico. Strict at’entton will be given to all bu ■loess entrusted to him. tir Office, for the present, with his fa ther. Wm Green, south west cor. Main and 7ih8t*. je’il—dly CONU'AY HORINNON and JAKES ALFRED JUNK." have united In the practice of the law at Richmond, It the Federal Court* and Court of Appeal Mr. Join will also practice In the Circuit Court* of Richmond City and Henrico. ills office Is at the corn or of Frankllr and 18th street*, aplft—ddtf ____ R. C. Sc B. C. BOULDIN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 0II A R LOTTE COURT IIOl'lK, VIROINIA Court*.—Charlotte, Prince Edward, Appomattox, Mrcklen burg and liBsabatf. apll ly CC. (HtlMWtlLI) having taken his COB, JOBKPH G • GRISWOLD, Into partnership, they will hereafter practice under the Arm of GKISWOIJ) A liiCINWOMK They will practice In aW the Court* of the City of Richmond, and In the Coui.tlrt of Hemleo and Hanover, and In the CIrcutCourts Essex snd King and Queen Counties. They will also attend to th* Collection of Claims of f SCO aud upwards In any part of the Plate C^T’Orrica on Rosa street, two doors from Richmond U- use 0. G. GRIPWOLD^ ap8—fan J. O. GRIP WOLD. IILKULRT A. 4T.AIUORNE, (bite of GHmooU if Cluibtrne ) ATTORNEY AT LAW. Practise* In all the Court* of the City of Richmond and County of Henrico. Office over Tuptnan A null's, 110 North Main, 6 doors below Gov srnor Street. _ _aj»8—dm P. Os SBBCtmiNBs ATTORNEY AT LAW. PRACTICED In the Courts of Botetourt and adjoining countlee. Addres. feSl— y PatUnabnnr. Boteb urt conntjr, Va. B. B. DOUl.I.Ab, t. ORKOORV, Jr., Ay it it's, King V?a Old Church, Hanover. DOdGVdAS Sc CaUEGOKY 1YTILL attend all th»- Court* of King Wllilsm and lUncver. B. Tv B DOUGLAS whl al*o attend the Courts of Ring A Queer sad Carotin*. feis-iy WM. II. WERT! I. ATTORNEY AT LAW, YY71LL practice In the court* of PltUylvania, Franklin, Henry V? and Halifax. Liberal advances madn on claim* placed in hi* hands for eollee* boa. AddroH, PlUsylvac.a 'l H., Va. Jab—dly p. a bolliso. *. a HOOKS*. BOLLING <fc HUGHES, ATTORNIE* AT LAW. '^>RACTI0E regularly In the county of Prince Eaward and the X adjoining counties. Address Price# Edward C. H., and Fanarflle, Va. __ _JaY—ly laTwTtcheu, COUNSELLOR AND ATTORNEY AT LAW, 11TILL practice In the court. ' ’ Carroll And adjoining oonntlea yy of thl. Bute end N. 0. fW~ Strict attention paid to all boaineu entrneted to him. S* Addreea Illllavllle, Va. Rxnaxacta.—Chief Joatleel. M. Pearaon, Richmond H1U, If. 0; Wm. Ballard Preaton, Chrletlanabore. Va; J. Madlaon Leach, Lei Ington, N. 0; Thoa. S. Ploornojr, Halifax Court Houae, Va. oe!4—dly___ _ JAMES T~ PEYTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, M If PHIS, TENNESSEE. Prompt attention given to sill boslnees In West Tenneesee, Nortt Mlaalaalrxt.l an* gut All DfllDA ■AMADCTXB JOnSOI. ALBS. B. GOIOOW. JOHNSON <fc GUJIQON. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, RICHMOND, VA. Brittle* la ill the court* of the cite of Richmond and eonnly cf Henrico. Mr. Johneon will practice In Cheetorfleld. |f OSct, Whig Building, on Franklin Street. Jy4 JOHN r. LAV and W.U. P. HI K1VKLL hare oMotlaled thcmeulre* for U>( Practice of Law, In the ooonty of CheeterfleliL JOHN f. LAT aloe practice* In Powhatan. Addreae, Bahlett'i P. 0.. Powhatan. WM. P. BUR WEI.I. alao practice* In all the Oonrt* of the city *1 Richmond and thoee of the connty of Uenrlca. HU office haa been remjred to franklin etreet, 8 doom below the Whig Balldlng. __ mall—ly Oaaarorau 0. MrRix Roaooa B. Uaan. McRAE & HEATH. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. Practice In all the Oonrla held In the city of Richmond, and 1* tht toanUec of Henrico and Oheeterfleid. Bf Office on Bank etreet. In Goddln’t Balldlng. OTO. McRae will he foand. In the afternoon, at hU eld offiea, la Manchester. nolT—ly WM. W. HENRY7 ATTORNEY AT LAW, Attend, the Oonrt* of Charlotte, Prince Idward and Halifax. Peet office. OharloUe 0. H.. Va. aplT—lf_ JOHN C. MURRELL, ITTOBNIT AT LAW, Campbell Court House, Virginia, Attend! all the Ooarie of Campbell and PHtiylronla coantles. odd—ly_ HL. BROOKE hoe reearaed tht practloe of LAW In tht . dty of Richmond. Office In Belrin't new balldlng, on lffik, fronting Bank itrHt J*W-W READ! READ! L. LvonN pure Ohio CATAWBA B R A. 1ST ID Y. WE the under»lgrcd have been duly appointed the only and •oleagrnta for the tale of this truly pure Medical Brandy for the city of Richmond. This Brandy has been the roughly an alysed by the State • stayer, Dr. k. A Hires Chemist, and Prof. Cpman Shtppard, Charleston, 8 C., Prof J B. Chl*ton, New York, Prof. Pratt, of Savannah, Prof Lamond, J R Nichols and Dr Ooi, of Boston, snd pronounced by tnem to be strlctlr pure, and an excellent stimulant In all cases where pure Brand ei are Indicated. The manufacturer of this Fine brandy tuarantees ("r trl'l re fund the man y,' that It wl'I cure the Cholera Infantum Summer CnnjJoint with Children,Diarrhea. Bowel <>»«*plaint, l>y* pep siti. FUitulency, Cramp (olio, htngour, I.ow Spirits General Debility and t/errou»n<** Phyaicians are now prescribing It In th* place of Paregoric; not having the deadning effect of that medicine upon the brain. The Physicians in this city are saddled to apply to the city agents, who w:l. give luCB a bottle free of charge, to try before presoriblog. Do*e/or an Infant tir week• old, one tetsfoonful, diluted In two table spoonfuls of cold water, and given by the teaspocnful every five minute* until relief Is rffected. Adults a*d children In proportion. The want of pure Medical Brandy has long been felt In this country. The properties contained In thl# Brandy are more stringent than French Brandies. ThU the manufacturers claim are the merits, and challenge the world to disprove these facts. ISA AC JACOBS, the onlv appointing agent for re Uilted States and Canada, Vg and Uu Third street C!nr Innatl. For sal- by Jylfl—2m BNODO*Am k JOHNSTON. d. r. w ilhamil n T. c. err is*. a. t. rstsaa. WILLIAMS, PKTKRS A CO., Bankers ami Healers in Money, 164 HAIR S rHKKT, RICHMOND, VA., Opposite Bnuk of Vlralalu, BUT end oe<l Exchange, Stte.OUy and tallwar •ack« and Bond*. NegeUale loan, and mak* Collection* In all the prto dpi* elUta and Towng In Hit United Bulat, on the mo.t hearable ♦run. r1 >—VI AUCTION SALES. FITIIII! DAYS. BY VIIITI'R OF A DM'H *■ K UV THK UK UL’IT COL'HT of the o.tv ol Richentered to the nut of Johnson, Ar agalmt Bsgl-y, Ae ,»n the :>ith day of une 1S«0, ant, of • deni of Inut fr m Oe R llaghy to me heating date Ftb. ITth, lr«-l, recoded In the Cloth's offlee of the Court of Matting, fnr main city, t shall. as special C-mmlaaioner and Truatee, tell nn the 8*1 d*e of Augu-t, tfdn, > t the A union Hoorn of M easts. Pat la. Dupree A Co , In said ol'y, foe oh, at pnb'lc auction. a N’KMRO WiiMan, na-nod Louisa, aboel 83 years old, a-d her TWo CHIL DREN, agr-1 about tiro and four, and a NEGRO Bn V,about 9 rears ot age. ly'J't—tda SILAS In JOIIV80X, Commissioner and Trustee. 1,8|eOKID< LlinREII 'TAI STIO.N. - Ot, B tTl'R DRV, 41*1 Augu-t we trill Sell al R rlietts, at 13 o'clock, thr cargo of schooner Ike Hart el, direct from Hot Ida, tonal, log of ton nOO feet a .sotted Boards and FcantPngs. Tiajr.e—Four moothi crenlt for approved paper. aol—td 1. A O. B. DAVENPORT, Aucta. BY OODDIN A APPEEFON, Aucts. SALE IMkKM OKCHFK OF (tll'BT OF AN INTERMIT in THE t aLCAKI.K KACE-bOKFEF PLANET AND FXnHEQURK, A'l) IN TH« FAFF FannY WASHINGTON* —By virtue of a decrir ol the Circuit oenrt of the city of H|,h mnnd, 111 the eases i t Hughe., llrll'sted A On. against Ft irhf, Ac . pronounced lo vacation, on the Flit July, 1 -4-1, we shall,as the Commit slope s thereby arpoluted, proceed lo sell et public aur Hon. In Irantof the City Hall, In ihe cBrt f Hlhraond, on Mon lay, the 3d Reptrmbrr al 18 o'clock, M., If f.lr, If not the next fair day, the Int.rnt of Ihe deferd.nt, W. K F arke. In te hora.a Plaun and Fich>t|uer, and In the ntare Fanny Washington, which Inter eat Is one fourth cf saM It rse Planet, and one half each of the said Fxcht.|uer and Fanny Washington. Tetras—One fourth c-sh, balance at lour month., for n. gotlatle nct.s, lnirreat added, la'ls* factorlly endorsed. Ihe foregoing horses a-e justly regarded as Ihe most valuable blooded si nek In tics country, thrlr pel f.rmanret being unsurpass ed by that nfany other horsrs now nn the tutf, whetherln England or America. JaMFS LYONS,/. , au3—tda A B. GCIOON, 001 “ '*• I* 1 Tb- !!.*■•« alii be evMI.I'rd at the hoar of sale. O AL s i0.n.tllXklUNF.HAi NALE OF VALI A KLE \J HEAI. ESTATE —In pursuance of t decree o- the Circuit Ccutt tor Uts coun'y of Hrnrlcn, In a suit of Hutcheson vi Hutch ften'i Fgecutors and Olliers, the nnderalgned, a. Commissioners, will tlf r for sale, on Ilia prerol.c-, rn Frldar, the 10th day of Au gu.t, at 3 o'clock, P id., tlf, fair, ir not. the nest fair day iherea' 1-r, Fttnd.y exceplsd.) Ihe beau Iful FARM, nn tbe Richmond Turnpike, three mllcu from the city of Richmond, eppealte to the late residence nf Amhroee Hutcheson, dec'd. It contatr. *i*tr hnn dretl and eighty . Igbl and a half icr/., one hundred and thirty of abich I* elrarr land la a h>sh sit It of cultivation, and the remain der In wood Thereto a large barn and teo Icehouse, on the premtoce, and three excellent lee ponds on It The neighborhood it unexc-n-lousMe, and to rapldlr tmprov’ng in agriculture. Poe i-t.lon wld he gir- n ag loon ae the crops on It mature r nd can be gathered; the pur-ba.er to have an opp /rl unity of sowing wheat or bu Idlng. If he de-ire*, Txittn-.— One-Third ca»h : ba'ance In one and two years, hearing Interest. tlt'e retained unUI full pay meat, and convryanre directed by the Court. AIFX. B. HUTCHKFON, I JNO. A Hf'TCIlFbON t 1. B YOUNG, i II. M. llUTOIIK'ON, I ]i» M. T.tt oa A F<>\ Auct's. [aul—ids. LEA & PERKINS’ CELEBRATED WOKCESTEHMURE SAI CE. ' PRONOUNCED BT ~ EXTRACT C0IS0I8SUK8 Of .Letter from e MEDICAL GINTELEMAK „„„ At Madras fO It TV> TO HL8 BROTHER “ORLY GOOD 8Al'CE,”Pi? »« Worcester. * Af.rp, 1881. _. „ ,, , “Tell LEA A PERRIN3 and nppltoalU to hr.t UteirFt A I'C'K to high wvruv VA niw-rw y esteemed In India, and Is ■ very variety m myoplnl-m, Ihe most pal 'table, l» wrU u the coil iyilii Vholevmat SAUCE that Is OF Dlfell. ovdv." The abort SAUCR1* net on!/ the nter and tsovt poruLiv oovot ■ sirr, bat the most KconamL'al, ai a few drops In Soup, Gravy, or with FUh, hot and cold Joint*, Bee/ Steal, Gam*, «f*\, Impart an exquisite *e»t, which unprincipled Saace manufacturer* hare •ndeavored t* imitate. On the Brt.iI/t4*:, Luncheon, Dinner or Supj*r Table, a cruet containing “LKA k HERRINS' WUi’.CaSTEItf H2RK SAUCK" is Icdlapcnaable. To appreciate the excellent qualitie♦ of tida delicious prepara tion it 1* on!/ necruar/ to parrhaie a small bottle of the genuine proprietors seldom place the /*ur# Sauce before their guests, but substitute s genuine Bottle SI ed with a mixture. Fo» 8 a lx by (groctr* arid Fruiterer* every a here. JOIl.\ DENCAN <V SOAS, 405 Broadway, New York, 8oie Wholesale Agent* for (he United State*. A Stock *l»»ys In Store. Alko order* receired for directthlp oecta from KngUnd. Utmirt of CounUr/eiU and ImiOitlonl mt M1_l»wlrif a. w. luctr. w. w. niggiKi* YANCEY & HARRISON, XO. 210, MMX STREET, RICIIMOXD, VA., IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS OU) WISES, BRANDIES* LIQUORS, CIGARS AND CHOK E FAMILY GKO< EKIEM, C1ALL the attention of their friends and the public generally to J t e following splendid sasortmei.t of goods which they will keep constantly on hand, and offer at low prices: COGN iC BK ASIDE*. Hennessey, Dark and Pule; Otard, do; Vine Growers Company; Champagne, 4 *h Iluvet A Co.; Pi net. Caatlllon A Co, inducting some wf the uld*t vintage*. CHAMPAGNE. Muram'g ce'tb sled brand*, "Gold Seal,” "Royal Ro»«,”‘‘Cab! net,” • V cn nay ” Writ A Chan Jon's "Green 8-al ” H-I.Wck, (piper,) an I The As toclxtei V ertenay—quarts xn I pints. CLARRT WINES, From medium to highest grad- s. among which are. ('ruse A CU fr ret, brands of “St. Jui n, ’ "Pautllac,” Cfuteau Auj*e,” "cha teau Rau* »n,” St Katcphe,” and "Moab n,” Nath’l Johnson A *. n‘s "M. Lambert, Barton a Otif stl.-r's **\ in de Graves.” "Ratailley,” •Pont* t Canet,” “Uaute %utern«*,” "F.olrao,’ "Langnd," ht. Julian, Ac. RHINE WINES "Sparkling Moselle,” "Spa kl ng flock,** "Konig's Mosel,” "Ass maiihauifr,” "Haul Sauterne, ’ Ac , A* . PORT wig *4. "Old Rrrgtnra,""Sand*man A Co , and old White Port, bottled In oporto, burgundy Port. Pure Juice, Ac , In wood and Glaaa. SHr.KkIK* AND MADEIRA*. Of various grades Inclu* leg Harmony's Sep Amontlllado.Topai. M. Par*ja, Reserve Madeira. *idlv Madeira, A«\ HOLLAND GIN. Cabinet and other brands, WoH’i Schiedam Schnapps. RIM Old Jamaica of the pureif qialltv from the London Docks. WHISKIES Buragardner's, Bourbon, and other brands. CORDIAL*. Curacao, Maraschino, Anisette, kbtinlhe, holer'# Hitters. PORTSR Nibbeii s London an 1 Gu'unexs K\»r* Dublin Stout, in pints and imperial pints, Mu r A Hon’s Scotch Ale. HA\ ANA CIGARS, Of the following brands Pigaio, Cabanas, Rose cf Santiago. La Rosa, Prueoeve, Paul Morphy, PsmiHe#a, Pa»rl%, Ocean Bird, klor de Haia, Klor de la Rauta, Rlilca, Seneca Vlllar y VIRar, Fll antropa, Adtla, Garibaldi, Rifle, Bouquet, La Klor Chineses, Ac , Ac. ALSO, A choice selection of GROCERIES, consisting of Refined Sugars, Java Ccffee, Green and Black Teas. Spiced and Smoked Salmon, No. 1 Mackerel, Sard.nrs, Cheeae, Marcaronl, Vermicelli, Stare , Ac, Ac. Aim, all of Crosse A Bl ckwell's celebrated Engl'sh Sauces, Mus tards, Pickles, Ac. Best Bordeaux Olive OB, Cox^s Sparkling Gels ttne, Olives stuffed and plain, Jsllles, Capre*, French Mustard, Wine tlnegar. Ae Ac. ,ul* 25—dAclm RICHMOND STONE WARE POTTERY. KEESEE A PARK, PROPRIRTORS. WK here on hand t eery large aaiertment of JCfIS, JARS, PITCHr.RS. CHl-RNP. MILK pa SR, iiRKaD RISERS. PRtJTT JAR.*, w't) cork i’oppert, waTKR COOI.I.KS, Ac. Por sale at very low price, at our POTTIES V, je'J Cor of 19 and Carr eta. NICW PLODB, In kbit, or fcoc»« No. 1 Mesa Mackerel and Family Roe Uerrlngs T'dd’a Extra Family Hama Country Cured “ ** Pure Cider Vinegar, and Pplces for pickling, w<th a general assortment of Family Groceries. 8AMP»ON. JON KB, Agt., jv«4 Tor Malo and 9th ata Deft, tiaicceai x a < muiptoB Wines, Including Imperial, Red Lac, Cart*- Sole, and Oatte Blanche. A further supply jusl landed, and for sale by the only agents forVtrgfnlA. 8 ELD BN A MILLfcK, I r.,r Pearl A (',rv Hfpeeta IMPORTANT TO H 0 U 8 K k E E P £ U 3 . E. K. DI RHLi: 4c CO.’S SELECT SPICES. Guaranteed not only ABSOLUTELY AND PERFECTLY PURI, hot ground from fresh spices, selected and cleaned by us express ly for the purpose, without reference to oost They are beautiful ly packed la UafolL (lined with paper.) to prevent Injury by keep lng, and are full weight while the ordiaary ground Bplces are a) most Invariably abort. Ws warrant them. In point of strength aaf richness of tavoj BEYOND ALL COMPARISON, aa a tingle trial will abundantly prove. Manufactured only by E. R. DUIKER A CO., f#1A—dAwlflf 1«1 Pearl street New Vert Prime Western I Ire Geese Feathers,for sale F by au9 JOHN N. GORDON k HON LlOH KENT—And possession given the first of next month I1 (August), the front room on the first rlcor over my store, at present occupied by Dr. Ingram. JOHN THOMPSON, i**7—If _ *7 Main street. F^OR RENT.—That new, commodious and very desirable tenement on JHh between Clay and Leigh streets, recently oc cupied by Judge P. Y. Daniel, deceased For terms apply to Mr 0. C. KUeton Leigh street near Second, or to Jell—if_P. V. DANIEL, Ja. I MIR UK T*—One large Room on Mala 8t«eet, on the first lloor over the the Store of 8. A. Myers suitable for a business office. Possession given 1st July next. Jalfi—if8 A. MYERS ROO.HN FOR HRNT.-Two pleasant lodging rooms over our office, suitable for single gentlemen Apply tn mv9A_ W. D. COLQUITT ft 0O.,_18«0aryst. 1.10It RENT*—Two large rooms admirably adapted to 4A the purpose* of offices or Lodging loco ms. Apply at JH Whig Office. _ _ tnhlJ KEEV, IMI.DM'n A W 11,1.1 A .UK, IN accordance will, tlirlr naoal cotton at thb leaion of the year j 1 are now olfertny iranjr ityka of SUMMER CLOTHING. AT Greatly Reduced Prices. Our purpose Is to reduce our stock aa much as possible, and to Ibis end we offer such Indncrmenta as that purcha.ers will find It to their interest to antUlpste their wants Jy 19 KIEN, BALDWIN A WIIL1AM8 WM. F. OWENS MAN UFACTURER OF SHIRTS, flHIHTS! 7 NIIIHTM BAI.T.MD. hill HITS WADE TO ORDER, BY N1K AM'HEXIENT, AND W ARK* NT ID TO riT. A larye aaaortrnent of all data, ikADT MADE, alwaya on hind, together with A LARGE AND CHOICE 8ILRCTI0N 01 Krery Specie* of Good* pertaining to th« H H.MSHI.Vt Bt'SI.VESS, TO wmen WM IN VITK SPSCIA l A TTMimoIt. on PUCKS will BK MODKRATI AND uniform, aal art determined to to conduct ou buaUaM aa to ananra tha cu>Id«ee of thoee who pnrchaaa from wt WM. I. 0WINS WIT—ef___MW BaHItanre atraaa. near Charts. G1 I'ltPUWFIH Tl A■-of tha aoeet qoalwy—aaUMad r fro» *ha heat , ara-aa Tnpiried from China f.r Iha retail Mart of Del.mail-IVU hall ol.»«ta far tala hy t«i-* I A.e, h. luuxmr, AUCTION SALES. THIN DAT. BY DAV18, DrUPRfK A CO, iJA KRGHO' *. —W'e wld a.ll t).l* morning, at 9)4 o'clock i)U 11 lily Marly alavra. DAVI8, DU PE* E A CO., iylS O d FrPoaa1 Ha l, err Mayo and ft ant Bn Ha. BY BkTTB A OHTOOKT, Aorta. 1 A NEGla.am*.—We *1M •« > TM* Morning «t if o clock 11/ 10 likely Negroea. BETTS A URfGGRY, Auet'rw. franklin Street. BY PULLIAM A CO. Aoet* o K NFGROEM-We will eeU YMJkely Negroea to-day, al 10 *5*1 o'clock. PULLIAM A ( O , Aiuta , One feiloae Hall N. B - Home Servant*. Cooks. Wa-her. and Irtnera *oe aala privately._ _ft! BY Burnt M\G WE WILL Will. I. at i or Au> tlon Room on franklin street, to-day, at 10 o’clock, twanty likely Nr,rt.ee ■yl BROWNING. MOORE* CO. MY HECTOR DaVIc a CA NEGItOEIL—Thla day allOc clock 1 win call Ofty llkaly OU 81.tea ULOTOB DAVIE. j*3g dtl_AnoL BY DICKINSON, Ell I. A 00, Aacta. NEGROES.-mid DAY, at .BOV,.!, rll baaold MN*e grat, ec naming of Mob, Bcyt and Ol-'a rrd Womb and Gbli dr. n. DICKINSON, HILL A 00., . deSS-ddm AerUoDtcn. NOTICE. riYIIE I* I KYI OP PILLl.t.Tl & IIF.1TS having thli A daycvaartl. WILLIAM II METfc will tont ro. In the Negro A urtiou lluwtlira., and La* taken Into O-partnerahlp alth him E. J. GKH.uk V They will conduct the bmlncw* ur.dtr'he firm of BETTn A littfiiiRt at tt.vlr hale* Boom, on franklin Street, four doora h> low W a'l Street, and about one aqnare below , the formei < fv.ee of Pulliam A Hrtta, and reapectfully aollell a con tinuance of the patronage which waa to lb. rally attended to Wm. II. Brtta while In the n 1:1 of Pu 11am A Bella. Thty have obtained the arrvtcea of Mr Bt rueob W. tuacna, aa Clerk, who haa an Internal In the bualnea*. WM H HI TTS, l. 1. GREGORY. ALEXANDER SIMS, Auctioneer.__my 10—y NOTICE. mur. tern of eo partnership of PULLIAM A BETTS, having an - 1 plrrd, by agreement, on thli day, thr tame bualnraa, of SELL IN i NEGROES AT AUCTION AND PRIVATELY, on commlaaion only, will be continued by ua, AT THK OLD STAND, ODD ERL 1.01V8' II AI.L. We reepecthilly aollclt a continuation ol patrt nagw from our friend* and the public generally, and by Indnaley and prraeveranre, hope to merit the liberal patronage hereto fore ex tended to ua. PULLIAM A 00. A. C. Priuau, ) R. P. Pcu.au, V D. K. WgiMoan. | myll—Sm KOVAL HAVANA LOTTERY. • THE neit Ordinary Drawing of the Hoynl HtvaM Log* L ry, conducted by the Spanlah Government, under tka an* parvtah.n of the Oaptaln General ol Cuba will taka place at 8t« vana, on SATURDAY, AUGUST 4th, I860. $860,000 X 1 •ORTtO NUMKR J f4" 0RD1NAKI0. Capital Prise «100,000. 1 P la* of.. —.81011,000 eo •• of . 1 “ of. 80,000 80 " of. l “ of. lo,oop iea *• of. 1 “ or. 90,'ArO DO Approximation*.b.aug l “ of. 10,000 4 apprcxlmatlcna to the glOO.rGO of gfrO each ;4ofg400 to 80U, OO) ; 4 of 84u0 to $30,000 ; 4 of 8400 to ISO.OOO; 4 of 8400 to (10, 009. fW Whole ticket* 890; Halve* 810; Qcartero 84. Prlcei caahrd at eight at S per cent dll count BUle of the Richmond City Bank* taken at par, A drawing will he forwarded aa aooa aa tk* raawlt baoomil known. Oommanleatlona addraaeod to DON RCDR10UKZ, (ear* of City Peat, ChailrtloB, (10.,) until the «th or dug , will be attended v,. ocil __ Great reduction in tiie PRICE Of HATS AND BOOTS.-from II to SO per cent, eared bf buying from J. II. Anthony, OOLUMBIAN HOTEL BOTLPfNG. Moleikln Bala, of b-wt quality. |d OO; do afro Old quality, |d 00; faihionablcSIlk Hate, |2 SO; Fine Oallkkln Bewed Boot*, 88 SO; Oongreee Gai ter Boot*, |S 28; flu* Calltkle Bewed Shota, a: an j. ii. ANTnoir Hu Bide »rr»Dge~.".U with one of the heat oaken In the olty • PniUdelpMe to supply Urn with a har. laome and subetaotUl Call. • tin Sewed Boot, which be will tell at the unprecedented law price o' M SO. _ def Piano Forto Wareroom* ’ KNTABLISIIKU IN 1831. BEFORE PURCHASING AN ARTICLE 00 hlgUy to be j>ru4‘t as r go d 1‘liaoo Poftw there arc sonic gublee worth know Inc Flattering ouraelvee that we aa»« how lo tut |T 9 7 71 and JIDGX between INSTRUMENTS, therefore It !e that OUI PIANOS ARE DOUBLY GUARANTEED, flret, by ounelree, aud eeccrdly. by the manufacturer FoB FIVE l EARN. We challenre any one to produce an Instrument, which, wool fair and equ«l grounds will be preronneed (hy competent aod Impartial critics) superbr to one of Ilk* else and ralue, of those we here been selling for the last 44 years . . *. P. NASH A 00.. J*1_ _ Petenburg, Va. LMl’KOYE YOUIt EYESIGHT! M. I. FRANKLIN At CO., OPTICIAN* e 0*er to the pnbllc of Rlc) mond aod riclnlty their Improve* CRYSTAL PEKIMOnt SPECTItEES, for preserving and restoring the Impaired rieiou to Us prime rigor. Chrystsl Olasv.e set In old fretn» A Alto, e very large aaiI rtment of MicROACoPi'.'t.in.iyciipis, oi-kka gla.->ij< and math*. MAT1CAL INSTRUMENTS. The fln.et colleerion of Si era scope! and Ntgrraaopir Pbtune, lobe found In a grtaA variety at their oSce, la the bulI.liLg I-C- u\ le,1 ay the CUy Savtooe lank. No. 148 Main ,L. Richmond. Va. laMk—diy DOTS* < <>., DRUGGISTS, Main Street, Richmond, Va, AGENTS FOR HCTCIIEttW PATENT INDIA Ii l HBKH DAINTfl ■ .TOR Paluters generally, ships and bridge t'n-.brra; He name L alone Is sttS*cical to reeomraend It Kvltro.nl Contractors, ,ain'trs and Builders would save money by tejllngend examin ing thie pa'ni before purrhasbg elsewhere GAY A B17ICHKR, Proprietors, _Je*S—dAedo_M end So No. l»th Street, Phlle. W. G CLARK*. I. W. G1LLIUM. SOI TiIFKT SPOMF FACTORV. WE have the ro< *t approved mat*hlt<erv, n well m food t Inbev, and are ranking Bpokd Id every reaped «<4U*1 U> the Norik, and are telling at Uc ikrae ; rice, therefore. we hope to reeelvw ilia patronage of the people. CLARHK A Hi I Lit M, —h*—fw nipowFNn.i p. o . Rockbridge, ?* JAM* kiVkk JflSlkAACE XOMFAM. Clmrterrd Capital. 9400,001, Paid la.flSI,500. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: D. J. HatUooif, Frov’t, W C. CanHngtan, Al*x. Moaeley, Ju. C. ChUdreoa, Z. R Lewie, Jnu N There Moot, Dr David Pa ltd on, W D Llgon, Wm. M. Woode, Jat J. Browse, W. A. Turner, Bee'y. Will take Fire and Marine rleke on favorable terau. 00 appHoa* Won to J. H. MONTAG CR, JrlA-4Mf _AfiaL IHOIMA i-In Amelia Circuit Court, April Terra 1*9M, Joho A. HM^man and Char lee A. Hargrave, adralnktrator* of John A. lllUaman, dec’d, Plaint iJ». A (abut Martha HMliman, widow and rell-t of John A. nillaman, deo'd, Jaraet M Hlllrman, Jamee BlnknvMp and Marla Loilta hto wife, John B Hurt. Th'n.ae J Ovlurne, A. M CHIdreeo. adra'r^do boni* non of W. C. Arm*, dec’d.Nevton » adr,Da;.l”l Wl klr • e# ueogr **• roiiaru, v« ni. i. lurpin am— -nil wu •. anu it.o#. J. Watkins Defendant a. IN CHANCERY Tills cause this day came on to be heard on lht bin taken far confessed, a* to all the defendants, *xMbits, fie., and was arparti by c#>unsel; on consideration whereof the Court doth adjudge, or der and decree that tha said ado [alairatars render before one of the Commission# r* of tMa Ccurt, an a*ccwnt of their adn Ii.la tration of the **>ld decedent John A I! li la man's estate. And the Court d< th fc.nher adjude, order and deeree that the said Com m'sal- ner, after glvtcg thirty <Uvs notice of the time and place, by advertisement In one or m< re c( U e newspaper* published In the city of Richmond, and ported at the front door < t the Court House of Amelin co luiy. p oceed la take an sccuunt of nil the outstand ing and uo»«iL fled debts or demand* agalr.it the said decedent or hl» er.ate, whether <'u* by him Individually or ti security f#r (>th?>s, or In any fiduciary capacity, log. ther with the p'lorlty of the same. And that said Commissioner also report an account of all «R'eta In the Handvrf the laid administrators real or pmonal, together with any ma'ters specially stated, detued pertinent by himself or requbed by any of the parties to be^o stated A t’opy—testf, t. II. COLEMAN, a COMMISSIONER* OFFICE. AmhjaC. H , July IT, i960. The parties Interested In the fr regoing decree are hereby notified that I have appointed the 9‘hh day of August. ls6o, to take, at my office, the accounts direct#d to be taken hr the said decree, at which time a-d place they are required to a tend Given under my hand ai Coimnivaluner la Chancery of the said Court, the day and year first aforesaid. j *7-w4w WM M KLDRIDUE. Com mV. \r I Ml. 1*1% t IN CII AbCFKV.—At Rules held for U ear cult Court of Chrd*Uald i-oun*r, In the Clerk's Office f here of, on tbetnd Joy of July, being the first Monday In said Booth#— B:lsha Durham and Chloe Ann, his wife. Jefferson P-myrn acd flaJ ly.hlt wife, Calvin Rich and Nancy, hit wife, Samuel Cox i ud Martha Jane, hla wife, John Cheatham and Washington Camp ban, I'.ainUfftL Against losepn Akin, M'.Ron Asln, James Akin. Alexander Akin, Tkomae Akin and Rebe.ca Akin, who were children of Nancy Akin, for merly Nancy Chetlham, FoDinon Cheatham • ad —■ Cheat ham, son and wldjw t f Branch Chrathare, dee* used, Federal Hitman and Sarah, h'a wife. I^vurl Cheatham, Far hi 0 bb* acd Martha, hla wife, Andrew J. Cheat bar, Fo##th Mu Uey and KMt* betb, hi* wife, James O'dham and Jaae, b‘s wife, — Bloas, surviving husband of Parmelia Chea'bao, deceased, Elisabeth Cheatham, wl low of Hrtekl k Chraibaei, dectesed ard B ij* min W. Finney, admlnUtrator *1 rfrtikUli Cheat bats, cei eased, and as administrator of Lucy Cheatham, diceaied. Defends nto. Tlte plaint'tfii having filed their bll1, the akjesl of wh.fcn la to ob *ln a uocroe, • Irvctlog the dlspueFien of a »om if money to the lands of the defendant Berjamln W. Fh,n*y. administrator aa iforesaid, to which the parti- a. plaintiffs sad defendants, (except be said B. w Finney,] are or.titled, and the said drfedanta. rxcepl he aa d R W Finney, not having eater• 1 their appearance and t appearing by aatisfsclorv evlumcc that they ort not Inhabitants if this State, Ilia ordrred that they make th«lr several and peraw isl appearance he*** within on* month afte*’ too due publ'ratlon ef h'l order, and do what I* arciMar; to protorl tk»ir later ml In h's suit. Thai a copy of lids order be imbliat ed aoer a week for our succeailvo veeas in out of the reasp pes publl bed to l ho Ity of Richmond, and another e'-py hereof be p. sled at the front loor of tha Courthouse of this county on the first day of a term of * he County Court of said county. A Copy—Teste i?18—w4w W W T. COO BILL. 0. LIBERTY STOVE WORKS ASP HOLLOW-WAKE FOINDiiY. PHILADELPHIA. ABBOTT * > <1 R |, k, irASUFACTUHFRF ofjlh. met cl 6T0VKJ cl LT1 every deacriptlon. Ramsle and N*l<* F .,on»* - &T l\H W4TF^ g| MW YORK. %T 410 HKO'it is FHILAMLPHIA. N. B. ~9omt! f'»r fnt.it.^/h*. \tW -. <im KA COUNTRY Cured, Todd's Fra thfield and Muem Ctft Jt)y I la Ha* IT t«hi superior fresh Orange countv Butter Firkins Cooking Rutter, fr r Bakers lo boxes Pine Apple, larleh Dary amiOoihen Cheese lo Ha f Chests Green and Black lea* 96 bbis Patent Cot, Ground, Ur* ula’ed Coffee and Brown Fa gar IP bags Java, I eroyra, Moths, Hants' snd Bio Coff#-« Pickled Shad, fioimon, Macacrel *n1 herring, fur a*to at retail, by J. R. BOBIR'fiON JvfO_*>ii to the Porn or of (h vernor and Franklin ata. wood bouldin; • AJU ILL xIAmi KhIUt Ik. OovK of BklUU Otaii. la tAO “ *• Ik#*# •# ChAftoi#. ud MMkkakm. vU ,rw vastttrattbv **-v7